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What Is Public Enterprise?

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Public enterprise is an economic system in which the central government makes all the major economic decisions for the country. Aka communism, centrally planned.

Advantages include:
-planning encourages high rates of economic growth
-planning helps reduce wastage of resources
-the distribution of income is more equal
-essential goods are produced before less essential goods
-planned economies do not suffer from unemployment and inflation related to the business cycle

Disadvantages include:
-planned economies are bureaucratic and inflexible
-there is little incentive for efficient management
-the system stifles individual effort
-freedom of choice is restricted
-the quality, quantity and variety of goods are limited
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Aisha answered
A public enterprise, also called as public limited company, which is wholly or partially owned by the public. The advantages of Public enterprise are:
- Limited or no personal liability
- Capital inflow from public
- Funds from government and public sector are easily injected.

Disadvantages are:
- Voting for the top management is done by public.
- conflicts over voting rights and ownership issues.
- even if it incurrs a loss, it has to pay dividends to the share holders.
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Anonymous answered
This is related to government sector and he is only who one who take the decision in all the aspect.
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amber Jhon answered
Basically a public enterprise is the one which is controlled by government. However, there are many states which do not agree with this simple definition of public enterprise. Therefore, more precisely, a public enterprise is the company which is either completely or partly owned by the state or in other case it is controlled by a public authority. Sometimes public enterprises are operated as public ownerships. Some examples of the public enterprises include Utility companies like gas, electricity, etc. The basic objective of a public enterprise is the public interest. The expenditures of the public enterprises are carried out by the regular operations of the company and the capital is provided by the treasury.

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They are formed by the government with government fund except when the government enters into partnership with a private entreprenuer.

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